About Med Talks
Meet the Editors
Ankur is a second-year medical student at UT Southwestern. He previously earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Biology from Stanford University. While at Stanford, he developed a passion for the potential of regenerative medicine and now maintains a twitter page @regenMD to highlight updates in the field. As an aspiring physician, scientist, and innovator, he plans to use stem cell biology and mobile/web technology to address unmet clinical needs and improve clinical care. When not studying, the Dallas native enjoys playing tennis, road trips, and catching up on sleep!
Sandeep is a second-year medical student at UT Southwestern. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration for Corporate Finance and a Bachelor of Arts for Plan II Liberal Arts Honors at The University of Texas at Austin. As a resident assistant and tutor at UT, he developed a passion for connecting with people, mentoring, educating, and simplifying complex ideas, all of which he hopes to continue as a medical student and future physician. While at UT Southwestern, Sandeep has also developed a newfound interest in basic science and clinical research, especially of the heart, and hopes to incorporate some element of discovery into his career. Outside of school, Sandeep enjoys tinkering with technology, volunteering at free clinics, and running.
Meet the Contributors
Amanda is a first-year medical student at UT Southwestern. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.
As a student at Texas A&M, she followed her lifelong interest in linguistics by minoring in French and nurtured her passion for interdisciplinary studies, research, originality and education. She hopes to continue pursuing these interests at UT Southwestern.
Deciding on her career goals is still a work in progress, but she would like to incorporate education, research and clinic. Outside of the medical field, Amanda enjoys learning about new languages and cultures, exploring the culinary world, and telling witty jokes.